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Date: August 9, 2013
Venue: Que Pasa
Time: from 9 pm
Experience an amazing a cappella night with the amazing boy group Kayamba African Musik
I am fascinated by the form and musculature of polo ponies: the angles and bends of their legs, the negative spaces created by horses standing and at a full gallop, and hooves on the ground and in the air. In this body of work, I continue my exploration of the horse using silhouettes, muted background colors, and the play of light on the body. These all combine to create this new body of work, which has never been exhibited before. In fact, I am not sure that the paint is dry!
To read more about the exhibit, follow my blog.
The exhibition by Elaine Kehew will run from June 6 through July 2, and will feature 10 paintings of horses and 13 woodcut prints.
The opening party will be on Thursday, June 6 (6 -9 pm) at Que Pasa Bar and Bistro in Karen.
Performances by Maia Von Lekow and Band
Date: August 25, 2012
Venue: Que Pasa Karen
Eddie & the Ensemble will perform new pieces as well as the well loved compositions from his earlier records.
The night will be graced by the engaging sound of Songbird June Gachui among other guest appearances.
For reservations, call 0728 272 902
Eddie is not bound by the conventional wisdom of the music world, on this night he will also be introducing Thomas Menzer, Michael Olatunji and John Uledi.
For more information visit the event page on Facebook
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Mardi Gras party happening on 25th Feb at Q-PASA, Karen from 9:00pm.
Free beads, masks n cocktails
QUE PASA? Bar & Bistro hosts an exclusive selection of works by Argentinean artist Miriam Rubino de Rinck.
The collector’s edition of Pop Art Safari is a unique opportunity to browse and acquire some of the most popular series of Modern African paintings by this well-established Nairobi resident. With over 15 years of experience in the international art world and numerous successful exhibitions in Nairobi, Miriam’s works are not to be missed.
Each edition of POP ART SAFARI presents us with a unique critical look at African representations of Self. Through a deceptively simple, almost naive appearance, Pop Art Safari unravels complex ideas about identity, and (de, re)colonization processes.
Opening on Tuesday, May 17th, 2011 at 7 PM. The show will run through June 13th, 2011.